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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 $1.50  —Sunday—  New Braunfels  OCTOBER 9,2011  EITUNG  h e r a Id-ze i t u ri g. oom  SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852  GREAT DEAL: TODAY’S HERALD ZEITUNG HAS $404 IN COUPONS  P. '  Coimdl to consider Orion focUity  ByGr«gBow»n  fhe Heralfl-Zeitifnq ( it\' c oiin( il will meet Monfiay to < ottsiilot moving torvvard wiln th(' (Icsign of the new Orion miinK i()iil i.i( ilify .md to discuss proposed tK 'vv boil r u la rips tor thé ( it\'s six ( oiifK il districts.  ]hc tvicc'ting hegrns at S [).m. cit ( ilv Hall with a workshop at wliH li applicants tor seats on the  city's lniiustri<il OevelofinKnit ( or-poration — aka the 4B Hoard -will be intervic'wed. ihe 4B l^o.ird receives a |X)rtion oi the city's sales tax revenues tor iriv(*stiiient in (m o-noniii ilevelopment |)ri)je( Is.  Orion  At a W()rkshc)p on capital improvements held m St'plember,  {()un( il gave staff instructions to bring forward proposals for the planned new munici[)al facility «it ()ri()n Road and l-M 1 102. the (ity [purchased ac res there in 2(108.  On Monday, count iI will ((insider authorizing City Manager Mike Mi)rrison to hire CgM .ind Assoc iates, a local arc hitectural  firm, to design and enginc^er a vehicle sf'rvice (ent(>r, a [)ublic works o[)('rations and fire-training building and a fire-training field.  The dc'sign ph.ise wcjuld cost $]22,000 ,vnd be* part of a four-phase, $778,000 program to im lude constru« tion doc uments,  See COUNCIL. Page 6A  » MISSING CHILD  Mo. case parallels  DON’T RAIN ON MY PARADE  Dav.s Jr  one*inNB  Parents of 10-month-old setting up reward for info  St.ift .111(1 wire rciiorts I)('( ad(‘s ol statistics on int.int abdui tions in the D.S, sugi’i'St one of tfi(‘ le.ist like'-ly s( ('narios m tins vvec'k's disappcar.itu ot a Kansas ( ilv l>abv that .1 strang<'r l)roke into her fionw' and (|uictly snat( hed her Iroin her ( rib.  Bui the numlxTs also Ic'ad national experts to beli(’\(> that it lO-inonth-old I isa Irwin v\('r<' taken bv an mtrudc'r in the middle ot the night, as lier parents told investiga-lois, sIk' is likely still alive.  lli(‘ dis.ippearant v is sim-il.u to th<)t ol 18-nionth-old loslnia I ).ivis jr., who v.in-ished troll) the lamilv's trailer in tlie 2()00 blo( k ot Savannaii i lill ( ire le in Nc'w Braiint('ls tlu* oi f(»b. 4.  I lu're rem.iins .i $20,000 reward tor ,inv intormation l(M(]ing to the litll(' boy's rc'( ()v(nv Ol safi' return, ihe (iis(' I),IS b.itftt*(l area law entoK (>ment oltu i.ils, who (ontinue lo tollow lc»ads in the ( asc\ josh's |)ar(>nts, Sabrina Benite/ cind |osh 1 )avis Sr., b('tic‘ve tlieir son was takc'ii b\ someone, but don't know who.  StrangcMs who kidnap iiit.inls Ol \oung ( hildren, though rare, oltc'n do so bt'( ausc' they want a child ol tlu'ir own, not bc'cause tiiev intc'nd to hurt or kill llie ( hild, said David Finkel-hoc dircn tor o1 th(> ('rimes Against ( hildr('n Kesc'arch ( ent(>r at the Univi'rsity ol New I laii)i)shire " I lie ie( over\ rate tor iniants is v(*ry, v('ry high. lluMe is real hope hc>re," ad(k'd I nii('Alk'n, prc'siik’nt ol the National ( enter tor  See MISSING, Page 10A  BETTY TAYLOR | The Hf-rald-Zeitunq  Music, food and wme enlhiisiasts shield themselves with umbrellas against a rain shower on Saturday during the second to last day of the 25lh annual Gruene Music and Wine Festival.  Here's a look at the lineup for today at the Gruene Music atid Wine Fest. The event is the United Way of Comal County's largest fundraiser.  "Texas Style Musicfest"  ■ 10:30 a.m. to noon at Gruene Hall - Gospel Bruncli with a Texas Twist from 10:30 a.m. to noon, at Gruene Hall, sold out  ■    1 to 6 p.m. at The Grapevine Grounds, specialty beer*tasting, Ponty Bone and the Squeezetones will take The Grapevine Stage from t to 2:45 p.m. Stewart Mann and The Statesboro Revue will play at the stage from 3 to 6 p.m., tickets are $15 and include five tasting tickets  ■    2 to 10 p.m at Gruene Hall Pat Green, Cody Canada & The Departed, Ray  Wylie Hubbard, Bleu Edmondson, Two Tons of Steel, Walt Wilkins and the Mystiqueros, Emory Quinn, Tom Gillam Band and more; tickets are $30 per person.  Individual tickets must be bought for each event. Up to W tickets per event may be ordered. For information, visit WWW. gruenemusicandwinefest. org, gruenehall.com, or call (8301629-5077.  GOING  GRUENE  Fest heads into final day  ONIIIME  Scan this QR code to view today’s festival schedule or go to bit.ly/13Z0yc  By Betty Taylor  The Heralcl-Zeitung  The rain wasn't about to stop Dionne Hiebert and her triends Irom enjoying their girlfriends wc'ekend getaway at the iSth Annual Gruenc' Music and Wine Fest on Saturday.  Hic'bc'rt and Kristi Sisemorc> were the only two of the* grou[) ol nine* that showed up on time at noon for the "Tastings cV Tunes" event on the grounds of The (Vrapevine Texas Wine Bar. But thc> rest ot the gang from Lago Vista  slowly tric kk'd in as the last ot the rain dro|)s gave' way.  "Wc*'ve gotten togc'ther for a wine festival tor thc' last tivc* years tor an annual girls trip, and vve wantc'd to come to the Ouenc* I t'stival this yc'ar," Hiebert said.  Proc c'eds from the' tour-day festival benefit the United Wav of Comal ('ountv.  Hi('bert's group had listc'ncnl to luiinda Williams at (iruc'iie Hall on friday and on Saturday, were* (‘njoying  See FESTIVAL, Page 10A  ► INSIDE TODAY  DOC SEVERINSEN,  former band leader of Johnny Carson’s "Tonight Show," is bringing his trumpet and new band, the San Miguel 5, to the Brauntex Theatre for two shows Oct 28 and 29 Read Herald-Zeitung Publisher Doug Toney's interview with the music legend in today’s Opinion, 4A.  ► RUNNING AGAIN  Comal’s constables seeking 4 more years  By Daiondo Moultrie  The Herald /titling  The tour constables m ( omal ( ()unt\ (‘\press('(l their intrntions r('( ('nlK ot running to rc'tain their jobs and a tilth < .indiil.itc' •innouiu (‘(1 his plans to unseat oik* ot th(> in< um-bi'nts.  ,'\ccording to the ( omal ( ount\ uebsitc':  "( (»nstables are (tjnstitU’ linnalK authon/('d pe,u (• otlK ers. rhev ma\ f)ert( trin f)atrol tunc tions .iiid make criminal investigations, but the main diitv f)l most ( on-st<ibl{s IS as exc'c utive oUk (>r tor the lust ice ot thf' Pc'ai e  See CONSTABLES. Page 6A WEATHER 10A  REGAN ROWLETT  GOOOWIN FRAZIER ELEMENTARY  Scattered thunderstorms  High 83 low: 68  Abbv ______  Classifieds Comics .________  Crosswords______  Forum______  Obituaries  Planner  Sports  TV  W  ID  5C  5C  4A  16  40  Vol 1581 No 285 4 sections, 26 pages  56825 00002' $1 bO  THE INSIDE  D  ROCK OF AGES  For 17 years, the Hope Hospice Rock Haus served as a meeting room and training center for Hope Hospice and later as the Bereavement Program house.  On Tuesday it was  officially decommissioned in honor of its founder.  — NEWS.2A  TAKING FLIGHT  Karen Davis has been raising pigeons even before she moved here in 2005.  Davis, who has about 20 pigeons, is among several area pigeon-raising enthusiasts,  which include members of the New Braunfels Racing Pidgeon Club.  — LIFE, 1C  m  DRIVING TO DRIVE OTHERS  An area golf tournament benefits the American Cancer Society's "Road to Recovery" program, in which volunteer drivers provide transportation for cancer patients  unable to drive themselves to receive life-saving treatments.  — SPORTS, IB  STAGE II WATER RULES  mfM  For breaking news, sports and traffic follow us on Twitter ©NewBraunfelsHZ  il  Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fart atfacebook.con\/  Sign up for daily e-newsletter by visiting the Herald-Zeiting online: herald-zeitung.com  Watenng with a spnnkler or landscape irngation system is allowed once a week, before TO a.m and after 8 p.m., based on the last digit of the address:  ■    0,1 Watenng day is Monday  ■    2,3 Watering day is Tuesday  ■    4,5 Watering day is Wednesday  ■    6,7 Watering day is Thursday  ■    8,9 Watering day is Friday Watenng with a hose, soaker hose,  bucket or drip irrigation system is OK before 10 a.m. and after 8 p.m.             ■                                   First Commarolal Bank, N.A.  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